December 28th 2016, New York Times

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1981 thriller whose title character is a St. Bernard
America's Cup competitor
Ate by candlelight, say
Ate something
Bad mark
Beat (off)
Big party
Boston Celtics coach beginning in 2013
Collapse in frustration
Country singer Martina
Detective whose first book was 'I, the Jury'
Dog command
Dollar alternative
Dressmaking aids
Electrified, as a Christmas tree
Finsteraarhorn, e.g
'Game over!'
Guideline for a freelancer, for short
Gutter cleaner's work area
Hesitating sounds
Hiking signal
Home in the forest
Housing expansions
'I don't want to hear any of your excuses'
It can decrease value
Joyous wedding dance
Land west of Eng
Lethal injection providers?
'Like I'm supposed to believe THAT!'
Looked over
Lose, as a coat
Many a hockey shot
Minnesota team, for short
More sinuous and graceful
Moving about
New England state sch
Nickname for baseball manager Terry Francona
'Now ___ heard everything'
One with a phony passport, maybe
Oscar winner Jannings
Part of a Facebook feed
'___ plaisir'
Player of Frodo in 'The Lord of the Rings'
Playfully obtuse, maybe
Poet who wrote 'If you want to be loved, be lovable'
Pop group suggested by 17-, 25-, 47- and 58-Across
Pumping station
Quickly detachable
Ready to go
Real heel
Really enjoys
Renaissance Faire quaff
Run, as colors
Runner-advancing action
'Skip it'
Some decorative containers
Some pears
[Surely you can't mean ...!]
Text to which one might respond 'im gr8'
'The Good War' Pulitzer Prize winner
There might be a spat about this
Tudor symbol
Vehicle for the later years, for short?
Where gymnast Simone Biles won Olympic gold
Where you might get rubbed the right way
Word with blind or expiration
Worry after a raccoon attack
Wound, as thread
'Your point being ...?'